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wings+horns F/W 2012

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by misterjuiceman, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. notwithit

    notwithit Senior member

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    How do people size the anti-fit chinos? I've seen measurements that make it look like you should size up 1, but I thought W+H pants were usually vanity sized by 1?
     
  2. charcoal

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    I have a pair in 30 that actually fit a bit under 32 (past season if it matters). Might be a good idea to size down just to get the narrower leg opening.
     
  3. Mr. Rosewater

    Mr. Rosewater Active Member

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    Got a pair of this season's, and i normally wear 31 but 30 fits perfectly at the waist.... got them in black as they were the only ones left in my size..... anyone have ideas on what i can wear with these? They have a slight sheen and look pretty 'formal'...
     
  4. conqueror

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    i bought one of their crewnecks - unsure of the season, but it was on sale on asos. i always read w+h fits real small but i can wear the M, even though in most labels i need a L or sometimes bigger (i'm 6'1/165lb with fairly broad shoulders) - do they stretch much? it is a little tight on the shoulders but nothing crazy, not sure if going up to an L would be too big.
     
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  5. VJAYEYE

    VJAYEYE Senior member

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    Got my a-2 today. Size large. Jacket is nice indeed. However I'm not sure if I should have went up a size. Anyone size up one and the fit is too big or spot on?
     
  6. wizzeak

    wizzeak Senior member

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    if its not uncomfortably tight now it should stretch out and fit fine
     
  7. snowboardpunk

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    do they not make sizes in xs? I cant find any in xs not even the current season.
     
  8. willrh1

    willrh1 Senior member

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    Anybody know of any places still carrying the hoodies? Either the tiger fleece or the loop hoodie. Also, what's the difference between them?
     
  9. Rommel

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    W+H F/W 2012 archive still has some left.
     
  10. thenewjs

    thenewjs Senior member

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    I have a pair of the slim straight denim. W+H dont make them in black. Are there any other brands that fit similar>
     
  11. misterjuiceman

    misterjuiceman Senior member

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    If you want American-made with Cone, maybe check out Imogene+Willie (http://shop.imogeneandwillie.com/products/barton-slim-black). I think if you size down it could be similar. I have a slight suspicion that these guys are making w+h's denim, but honestly I have no idea.
     
  12. endless402

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  13. itbegins

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    ^you're late to the party
     
  14. leeba

    leeba Senior member

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    How does that thing fit? I copped the camo jacquard shirt and it was surprisingly too big for me in M (21.5" p2p what's up with that, 17.5" shoulders fit though...) - blousy in chest/back which was really weird. I still think I'm an M/38 in most things though...tempted by that peacoat

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    on second thought, nevermind. don't dig the shawl collar
     
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  15. FG31

    FG31 Well-Known Member

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    I have this jacket in black. I have a 40" chest and the medium fits pretty well. Most sites recommend sizing one down on this peacoat but it's up to you.
     
  16. JChance

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    irbe Senior member

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    Yeah, its the rib collar that kills it for me. Looks like something H&M would make
     
  18. Dbear

    Dbear Senior member

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    it's something that you'll wear a few times when you get it because you're like $200 [​IMG]

    and then never wear again b/c you realize the shawl doesn't work.

    should just put out a normal peacoat with nice material, nice cut, and some nice leather trims. i've been wearing the shit out of their 2010 utility coat and it's pretty basic.
     
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  19. wizzeak

    wizzeak Senior member

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    i think it looks alright in navy. still agree though that the ribbed collar is odd, but to be fair the grey color makes it look weirder than in navy or black
     
  20. wizzeak

    wizzeak Senior member

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    double post wtf
     
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